UNICEF Grants $2.2 Million to Support Winter and Drought Vulnerabilities in Afghanistan

On Sunday, Ms. Adele Khodr, the UNICEF Representative in Afghanistan signed an agreement of USD 2.2 million to “support most vulnerable children and women affected by displacement due to drought”.
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This was announced by the UNICEF on social media.

The contribution, according to the statement will protect 21,000 families from the harsh winter season.

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